The dining room of this golden-hued 14th century manor house is all chandeliered elegance. The kitchen garden supplements locally sourced produce for Robert Potters' seasonal modern British menus. Wine flights from an award-winning wine list offer the opportunity to compare several different vintages of the same wine during a meal.
Where is The Bybrook located?
Situated in 365 acres of glorious Cotswold countryside, and named after the meandering river that carves its way through the grounds, the Michelin starred Bybrook restaurant enjoys the most beautiful setting for any dining experience.
What cuisine is on offer at The Bybrook?
Discover a variety of 'taster' dishes that complement each other and give you a fascinating journey of food, flavours and textures, which you would not normally come across, offering you more than a meal. Discover the tasty and exotic flavours, superbly displayed in the elegant surroundings.
What makes a meal at The Bybrook unique?
A brigade of talented chefs, guided by Executive Chef, Robert Potter, produce delicious, seasonal dishes made with local ingredients and enhanced by international wines expertly combined with that of the sommelier, in order to create a wonderful dining experience.